# Can Equilibrium State Determine Complex Potential?

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binbagsss
I have an observable denoted by C, related to a complex potential B by :

## C= \bar{B}B ,##

where ##B## is a complex potential. I know that ## \left. C \right|_0 =C_0 ##, a known constant, where the evaluation at ##_0## denotes an equilibrium \ reference state. From this, I can not make any conclusions on ## \left. B \right|_0##, or ## \left. \bar{B} \right|_0## can I ?

Thanks.

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binbagsss said:
I have an observable denoted by C, related to a complex potential B by :

## C= \bar{B}B ,##

where ##B## is a complex potential. I know that ## \left. C \right|_0 =C_0 ##, a known constant, where the evaluation at ##_0## denotes an equilibrium \ reference state. From this, I can not make any conclusions on ## \left. B \right|_0##, or ## \left. \bar{B} \right|_0## can I ?

Thanks.
You forgot to use '##'. It is always a good practice to preview Latex to make sure it is doing what you want.

FactChecker said:
You forgot to use '##'. It is always a good practice to preview Latex to make sure it is doing what you want.
i didn't, it just created it on a new line and i didnt want that.

In your first post, I see a lot of single '#'s. Those should all be double '##'.

i thought double creates a new line. anyway, it wont let me edit it now.

(LaTex fixed)

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